: > Sona >Diao Sanniang Master Yi would be sitting at home on his knees in front of his small table. Sona’s half-opened present on the table in front of him while he carefully opened it. He hadn’t expected to get something unless it was from Wukong and then it would probably be a peach or something…something Yi could go get himself out behind his house. He was grateful for the gift; it gave him something to keep his mind off Irelia and the guard. Something he desperately needed to do at the moment. Once it was opened he sat it out on the table and looked at it surprised by the craft. His armor was so complex it must have been hard to remember all the details but they all seemed to be there. He enjoyed the music as well. He needed some relaxation and distraction. He pulled out some paper from under his table and ink to write a response. Dear Sona, Thank you for the lovely gift it is much appreciated. I hope you had a wonderful Snowdown. The music is wonderful and will not require any change. -Master Yi He felt bad for not having anything to give in return. Had he known he would get anything he would have. He will just have to be more prepared next year. He started to clean up the wrapping and fold up his letter when a knock came at his door. It was late; Yi had found the gift on his return from the forest a little while ago. He had no clue who would visit at this hour unless it was someone in the need of help. He laid the letter down on the table next to his statue and approached his sliding door. Upon opening he saw the young women. He could tell she was Ionian her clothing gave it away. Though she looked like she had been traveling for some time as it was a messy, her hair was long and white but also appeared that she didn’t have the time to do it. She must be sleeping on the ground. He noticed she only carried a single bag of belongings. He bowed one and the stated. “Ni Hao, May I help you? It’s much too late for you to be roaming the streets. Here come it.” He stated standing to the side and motioning the woman inside and out of the darkening night.
> [{quoted}](name=FeedMasterYiMore,realm=NA,application-id=jxzFAe03,discussion-id=x2gPYWT7,comment-id=0011,timestamp=2015-01-03T01:55:49.752+0000) > > Master Yi would be sitting at home on his knees in front of his small table. Sona’s half-opened present on the table in front of him while he carefully opened it. He hadn’t expected to get something unless it was from Wukong and then it would probably be a peach or something…something Yi could go get himself out behind his house. > > He was grateful for the gift; it gave him something to keep his mind off Irelia and the guard. Something he desperately needed to do at the moment. Once it was opened he sat it out on the table and looked at it surprised by the craft. His armor was so complex it must have been hard to remember all the details but they all seemed to be there. He enjoyed the music as well. He needed some relaxation and distraction. He pulled out some paper from under his table and ink to write a response. > > Dear Sona, > > Thank you for the lovely gift it is much appreciated. I hope you had a wonderful Snowdown. The music is wonderful and will not require any change. > > -Master Yi > > He felt bad for not having anything to give in return. Had he known he would get anything he would have. He will just have to be more prepared next year. He started to clean up the wrapping and fold up his letter when a knock came at his door. It was late; Yi had found the gift on his return from the forest a little while ago. He had no clue who would visit at this hour unless it was someone in the need of help. He laid the letter down on the table next to his statue and approached his sliding door. > > Upon opening he saw the young women. He could tell she was Ionian her clothing gave it away. Though she looked like she had been traveling for some time as it was a messy, her hear was long and white but also appeared that she didn’t have the time to do it. See must be sleeping on the ground. He noticed she only carried a single bag of belongings. > He bowed one and the stated. “Ni Hao, May I help you? It’s much too late for you to be roaming the streets. Here come it.” He stated standing to the side and motioning the woman inside and out of the darkening night. *Diao Sanniang had not been waiting long before Master Yi arrived, but in her longing for a response each passing second felt more akin to an hour. She had spent a few moments of those hour long seconds passing, others taking deeper and deeper breaths to calm her nerves, though when her anxiety hit its peak once more she spent some time muttering calming mantra's to herself. Being someone so well versed in the ways of martial arts, even if he was not attempting for it to be so, his arrival would go undetected up until the door between them opened. It was this action that drew Sanniang's attention, but she wasn't left mesmerized by the man she saw before her.* *It was nothing personal against Master Yi, actually, she had only ever heard word of his accomplishments and the man that he was, she had never seen any sort of image. Any descriptions she had been offered did not describe him looking as much of a man, more akin to a deity as the man himself was ever so slowly become a living legend and had been exaggerated to fit the role. She was not aware of his appearance ( aside from the fact many had mentioned him having several eyes which was indeed preposterous ), and would not recognize him even though she was speaking with him now. She blinked a few times, still happy to see someone was home and awake, and even if this man did not turn out to be the one whom she sought she would actually have somewhere more warm and comfortable to sleep for a night, and it took her a short moment to gather herself together. She would bow in return, though she was invited inside before she could actually speak with the man, and she decided she would accept the invitation before trying. She would wait until he seemed ready to speak, and they were somewhere more favorable, as the topic she had may carry for a long while. Assuming this man truly was Master Yi.* *Accepting the invitation she would step just within his home, and standing in the entryway she would slip off her cloth boots ( as was common courtesy ), leaving her feet solely adorned in her black socks. She would step aside, allowing the man able room to shut his down and lead the way, waiting to be addressed as the home was his.* (( My apologies, Master Yi, I'll try and be quicker, I've been having some struggles recently ))
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(( I didn't really feel there was a need to re-link Sanniang's profile, not only because you've already seen it,but I'm currently working on rewriting it. Once it is finished I'll make sure to post it for you! )) *She had decided to wait until nightfall before making her leave that night, and was glad to find a light rain had fallen over the archaic village. She had put months of preparation into tonight, and though she had no plan for once she exited the village, she knew her time was now or she would never be able to leave. Most of her time leading up to this day had been spent mustering her courage, knowing well that she would desperately need it, but nothing she had told herself helped to fight back the coiling anxiety building in the pit of her stomach. She was finally going to do it. She was finally going to leave this godforsaken village and put everything behind her. Her family, her second life; she would begin with a clean slate, somewhere new, somewhere were no one knew her or the stories that had attached themselves to her being, she would finally be completely free. But, could she really do it? Could she really take those few steps?* *"Yes," she thought to herself as she forced her first foot forward, and soon found herself standing just in front of her only exit. She took a heavy breath as she continued to stare in a manner as though she could see through the paper veil between her and the outside world. It felt like she hadn't stepped foot outside in ages, and to be honest she hadn't, and it was this thought that lead her to place her hand on the sill and slide the window open silently. Almost instantaneously she was hit with a strong gust of wind, the papers on a nearby table rustling in the breeze. As they scattered about on the floor she did not look away from the outside, and with a deeper breath than she had taken before she lifted herself onto the window and soon took her first steps out.* *Crouching on the ground she ran a hand through the grass with an exhilarated smile before looking around her immediate area to make sure none of the villages denizens were watching her. Feeling safe, she stood and shut the window behind her. She left her hands rested on the window just as it slide closed, and allowed a large smile to break out on her face. The grass just under her shoes, the wind rustling her hair, the rain beating lightly on her exposed skin: she had never felt more alive than in this moment, and it was with a rush of excitement that she turned swiftly, adjusting the pack on her back and the two daggers on her belt, and made her way through the village, past the homes and fields, and began her journey.* --- *Days had passed since she had left her village, and those days had quickly turned to weeks, which turned to months even faster. Though her rations had quickly run low, her journey till now had been rather peaceful; as peaceful as it could be when you were traveling across a country on foot without much knowledge of where you were heading. She had thought to stop in the nearest village she could find, though with little money to spare she couldn't do much more than buy extra supplies when she had arrived, and had to take her leave almost immediately. Some of the faces she had seen were rather familiar, and assuming the village she had entered had done trading with her home she left as soon as possible before she could be recognized. Even though it was impossible for them to know she had run away, if word reached them that she was missing, she did not want to be tracked.* *Carrying on she had not found much better luck. Villages were scarce, she did not know how to use her blades well enough to hunt, and she had to take to staying in any temples she came across that would open their doors for her. Most had been kind enough to take her in for a few days, but seeing as she was not pledging herself to their ways, she had to leave just as quickly as she had arrived. As she moved between temple to temple, however, she had found herself intrigued by their ways. Though one never mirrored the last, all had the common teachings of enlightenment and their practitioners sought peace above all else, and she couldn't help but find herself drawn to such teachings. Such a life was an attractive thought, and as she stayed in the numerous temples she found herself paying more attention to their teachings than she had ever before, and her curiosity grew.* *It was with a new conviction that she found her path: she was going to strive to become enlightened, to find the internal peace that her fellow Ionians equally sought, but she also found herself craving a challenge. She did not only want her soul to be freed, but she had something she wished to prove, not only to herself, but all of Ionia, and she would not settle for anything less. With this new found purpose she left her most recent temple, one that offered her a horse for her journey, and set out to find her own enlightenment.* *Though she was strong in her desire to find a spiritual, yet challenging practice to dedicate herself to, Sanniang had come to struggle much more than she had anticipated. Some practices offered the enlightenment she sought, but their ways were never challenging and nothing gave her the independent feeling that she desired. Others were the challenge she needed, but the lack of spirituality left her feeling frustrated and nearly hopeless. It was with a heavy heart that she left her final temple with nothing but disappointment, until she caught wind of a particular story that piqued her interest more than any had previously.* *Wuju. A practice currently only mastered by one man. This man had single handedly fought an entire fleet during the Ionian invasion, he had immense power, but an enlightened spirit, and the peace of mind sought by every Ionian. She knew in an instant the Wuju practice was what she had been seeking throughout all of her journey, but she did not know where to begin to find the man mentioned, and did not know if he was anything more than just a myth.* --- *Diao Sanniang had been nothing less than exuberant when she discovered the stories she had been following for weeks had not been unfounded; the man mentioned existed, and he was currently residing in a small fishing village placed in the Southern Isles of Ionia. Once she had caught word of this information she had set off immediately, and now that she found herself facing said village, the familiar feeling of anxiety she had felt months previously upon leaving her home boiled in her stomach once again.* *She dismounted on the villages outskirts, leaving her horse at the edge of one of the fields where she knew it was safe, before heading inside. She knew she had found the right place as soon as the strong scent of fish hit her nostrils, and she had to fight off the sensation to gag as she approached the first group of villagers she found. Inquiring about the story she was pointed in the correct direction, and she traveled on foot to the indicated house: one just on the outside of the closest forest. She stared up at the building, knowing that if all she had heard was true, and the man named Master Yi lived within, that all of her life had lead up until now. Her fate was sealed once she knocked on his door, and all she could hope afterwards was that she was not disappointed. If the practice of Wuju, if this Master Yi, did not live up to her expectations and she found nothing from her travels, she would truly have no where left to turn.* *She approached the building, and after only a moments hesitation she knocked upon the door and took a single step back.*
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Hello everyone! As some may have noticed, I have recently been granted some free time and have been able to increase my activity on her monumentally, thanks to winter break! Since I am now able to access the forums much more often I have taken it upon myself to use my break to finally get up some reviews for the OC's here! However, I have noticed that since it's been a *really* long time since these profiles were posted, some OC's might to be very relevant anymore. Some RPer's may have left, some OC's may have just been given up, all sorts of things like that. So, I have a small favor to ask. Those who are still interested in having reviews on OC's that are already posted in here, or have more OC's they wish to bring to my attention, if you could kindly make a post telling me which OC's they are of that you have some in here you want me to find and review, that would make things much easier! I'm not asking you to re-link them (( unless your gracious soul just wants to )), as I don't mind finding them myself (( it's the least I could do after making you guys wait for so long )), but it'll be easier on me. I would rather get right to business than have to waste everyone's time reading over and reviewing profiles for OC's that are no longer relevant. I would greatly appreciate it guys! I also thank all of you for being so patient with me and I am going to try my hardest to get reviews up much faster from now on, and really balance my time! Thank you all!
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(( Hey! I am really sorry I haven't contacted you in a while, I've been meaning to, but I haven't had the opportunity. I fully intend on continuing my RP with Diao Sanniang if you wish to, but I wanted to bring up that your following the new lore contradicts with what we've done so far (duh I don't really need to say that...). I'm fine with starting over if you are, and beginning without the League being involved, I just wanted to ask you if you're cool with that. I look forward to RPing with you again! :D ))
: The eye of Twilight set on the floor of his room at the kinkou's base he starred across the room towards an insignia he had handing up on the wall. He set again the wall with one leg stretched out in front of him while the other was bent with his left arm resting on it. The insignia in question was a rendering of the symbol Shen had found on the body of the man he had faced on the train a time ago. Shen pondered over the symbol wondering what organisation was tied to it and what it was they were after as he hadn't seen any sign of it since his encounter on the train and the calmly peace rose more questions and uneasy feelings then if he had known what he was dealing with. After some time of conclusion less pondering he sighed and decided to walk away from it. Getting on his feet he decided it was past due to bring up a possible initiate to his comrade Akali. Gracefully leaping from roof to roof Shen made his way to her quarters. Along the way he couldn't help but think of what he had been told about one of Zed's students wiping out a random family but leaving one alive, it didn't seem to add up. He quickly arrived at the fist of shadows doorway and knocked lightly which was unnecessary as he was certain she already knew of his presence but it still seemed customary. He hoped that this discussion with Akali would help make sense of this story.
> The eye of Twilight set on the floor of his room at the kinkou's base he starred across the room towards an insignia he had handing up on the wall. He set again the wall with one leg stretched out in front of him while the other was bent with his left arm resting on it. The insignia in question was a rendering of the symbol Shen had found on the body of the man he had faced on the train a time ago. Shen pondered over the symbol wondering what organisation was tied to it and what it was they were after as he hadn't seen any sign of it since his encounter on the train and the calmly peace rose more questions and uneasy feelings then if he had known what he was dealing with. After some time of conclusion less pondering he sighed and decided to walk away from it. Getting on his feet he decided it was past due to bring up a possible initiate to his comrade Akali. > > Gracefully leaping from roof to roof Shen made his way to her quarters. Along the way he couldn't help but think of what he had been told about one of Zed's students wiping out a random family but leaving one alive, it didn't seem to add up. He quickly arrived at the fist of shadows doorway and knocked lightly which was unnecessary as he was certain she already knew of his presence but it still seemed customary. He hoped that this discussion with Akali would help make sense of this story. *Akali had been biding her time meditating in her quarters as she often did. It was very late by the time Shen had decided to pay her a visit, and she had almost decided to retreat to her bed for the next few hours, when she was alerted to an oncoming presence. She was not alarmed that someone was coming towards her room; she was often brought messages and concerns through all hours of the night, but she was a bit upset by it. She had endured a long day of training, instructors some of their junior members whom had decided today was not a good day to obey their Sensei's commands. As much as she enjoyed working with the students, their frustrating practice had left her frazzled, and not at all desiring anyone's company. The Eye of Twilight or not.* *As she heard the knocks at her door she sighed and broke her stance. She had been standing on the tip toes of one foot, her other leg bent behind her body as close to her back as she could get it, her hand gripping its toes. Her body felt instant relief as she left the pose, and she shook her appendages to quicken their relaxation as the all woke once more.* *She would gracefully, and silently as she naturally moved as quiet as possibly, make her way to her door and drew it open in a timely manner. She threw the door open so quickly it would make the hair around her face blow, and she met the onlooking gaze of the Eye of Twilight with a set expression that could have been a tad menacing, giving the impression she was a tad angry. She would raise an eyebrow at her visitor,* "Shen, is there something you need?" (( I am sooooooooo sorry to everyone that I didn't respond sooner! Everything has just been so hectic for me lately!! Do not expect this to happen again, I promise I will be much much more prompt from now on! EDIT: well, I deleted my first post because I was on the wrong account, but it seems I cannot access my smurf at the moment... I'll be working on figuring out what the issue is, so I'll have to post under this account for now. ))
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I was alerted to these posts, so I thought I would set some things straight: for one I have not quit doing reviews for OC's, I promise! It's my last year of high school and things have been very hectic, and I haven't been given much free time at all. And I mean **at all.** This is not my only responsibility that I haven't been able to keep up with, there are multiple things that I have been shirking, but I'm trying to be as efficient as possible. I'm working on straightening out my schedule so that I can get reviews out, but it seems it'll only be on the weekends and it may be a bit before I can even do that in routine. Most of my time has been held up by the fact I am on my schools swim team, and between practice and meets, working on college scholarships, regular school work, and my other extra-curricular activities, I'm not really given much opportunity to look over peoples OC profiles. I'm really sorry about this too, and I promise that I am going to try my hardest to get reviews out and give my services where they are needed, I just haven't really been able to make it happen for a while now. If people are willing to wait until the weekends for me to give my reviews I would greatly appreciate it, and it would really help me with my stress. I hope this explanation is sufficient for you also, as I swear that I still really care about reviewing and helping OC's, I just have be completely incapable for a time now. Aside from that there is another thing... > I think he's away. >he's away. >**he's away.** Grievous! How many times have I already told you, I am not a guy! This wouldn't bother me so much if you made this mistake a couple of times when we first ever began speaking with one another, and we are on the internet and all, but you've been on this forums for months now and you still call me a guy! I have told you countless times I am a girl! Even other people have told you! Please address me as such!

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